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America’s National Parks are struggling to find a balance between the needs of a growing population and the desire to preserve our natural heritage. John Hart, Author, An...
Part of Redefining National Parks and Family Farms in a Changing Climate, July 2016
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Today’s smart homes can be managed from your phone; banking can be done with the swipe of an app. But how vulnerable are we to hackers and cyberterrorism? General Keith...
Part of Can the Internet of Things Be Green and Safe?, July 2016
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PG&E recently announced plans to close the Diablo Canyon nuclear plant by 2025 and replace it with renewable energy. What does this mean for Californians? David R. Baker...
Part of Will Closing Diablo Canyon Increase Carbon Pollution?, August 2016
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Fossil fuels have lifted nations into the modern era, bringing wealth and well being to many. But as we turn away from these carbon intensive energy sources, will the promise...
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We will discuss the hot prospects for building a climate-conscious career. New jobs and avenues for advancement are being created as companies strive to grow cleaner and...
Part of Earth Day with Climate One: Earning Green , April 2016
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California is on track to reach 50% renewable energy by the year 2030. But can we do better? What would it take to get us to 100% clean power by 2050? Mark Ferron, Board of...
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The Paris climate agreement was signed by 196 countries and endorsed by corporate America. But will political rancor sink the ship of progress? Andy Karsner, Managing Partner...
Part of Tom Steyer & Andy Karsner: Making Good on the Promise of Paris , June 2016
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The Pacific states and British Columbia have all pledged to reduce carbon emissions. Can they help accelerate the global transition to a green economy? Kate Brown, Governor,...
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Today we’re talking about the business and politics of climate change. Keeping our economy rolling and workers employed, while making the transition to climate-friendly...
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San Francisco developers are planning billions in new construction with a Bayfront view. Yet seas are predicted to rise nearly a foot by 2050. Are we ready? J.K. Dineen,...
Part of Rising Seas: Is San Francisco Ready?, September 2016
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It’s been ten years since California enacted a landmark law that put it at the forefront of the global war on climate change. Has AB 32 been a boon or a bust? Fran Pavley,...
Part of Taking the Temperature of California’s Climate Law, September 2016
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As the world’s population increasingly moves into cities, what is the future of urban life? How can we build in the ability to weather a changing climate? Jonathan F.P. Rose...
Part of Future Cities, September 2016
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California has been proudly fighting the war on climate change for over a decade. But can it can grow its economy and tackle climate change at the same time? Kevin de León,...
Part of Villaraigosa, de León, and Mason: Power Politics, October 2016
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Climate change seems to have taken a backseat in this year’s presidential campaign. What’s ahead for the climate movement in the next administration? Bill McKibben, Founder,...
Part of McKibben and Tamminen: Disruptive Climate and Politics, October 2016
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After last winter’s rains, Californians breathed a collective sigh of relief. But short-term weather is not the same as long-term climate. And state water watchers understand...
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Connecting the dots between the foods we love and our environment may be one way to engage people in the climate change fight – one cup of coffee at a time. Jonathan Foley,...
Part of Bread, Wine and Chocolate in a Warming World, October 2016
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The explorer, climber, surfer and founder of sporting goods company Patagonia, Inc., has spent a lifetime welcoming adventure – and risk - of all kinds. Yvon Chouinard,...
Part of Yvon Chouinard: Founding Patagonia & Living Simply, October 2016
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Climate change is as much about what we eat as what we drive or where we live. Rising heat is hitting chocolate, wine, beer, bread and other foods we love, while our...
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A recent agreement is designed to curb emissions from international plane flights. But what if the new administration doesn’t clear it for takeoff? Erin Cooke, Sustainability...
Part of Will Trump Force One Run Clean?, November 2016
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While federal experts warn that it will cost $44 trillion to rid the U.S. economy of carbon, Citibank counters that failing to act on climate disruption could result in over...
Part of Lord Nicholas Stern and Steve Westly on the Economics of Dropping Fossil Fuels, May 2016

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